CAM-I Awards

Distinguished Contributions and Excellence in Collaboration Award

  • 2019 – Lauren Pashia (The Boeing Company) 4 years of Leadership as CAM-I Industry Chair
  • 2018 June - Jennifer Hills (King County) Greg Wallig (Grant Thornton) for Distinguished Contributions and Excellence in Collaboration
  • 2018 March Grant Thornton - Appreciation award In recognition of years of active corporate and significant contributions to CAM-I.

Robert A. Bonsack Award

  • 2017 – Dan Swenson ASU - Recognition for Distinguished Contributions and Excellence
  • 2014 - Lauren Caricato (Grant Thornton) Tony Adkins (SAS)
  • 2013 - Dave Robinson (Royal Australian Navy)
  • 2012 - Elaine Jones (Targeted Financial Solutions, LLC
  • 2011 – Clif Williams (Grant Thornton) Derek Sandison (Decimal Technologies)
  • 2010 – James Hendricks (The Boeing Company)
  • 2009 – Bob Misch (Grant Thornton)
  • 2008 – Bob Thames, John Miller
  • 2007 - Charlie Stirk
  • 2006 - Anton van der Merwe
  • 2005 - Pat Dowdle, Jerry Stevens
  • 2005 - Boeing as an organization – AICPA May 2005
  • 2004 - Mike Roberts, Dave Clifton
  • 2003 - Larry White
  • 2002 - Tami Capperauld, Ken Euske
  • 2001 - Ward Melhuish
  • 2000 - Dennis Daly, Pete Zampino
  • 1999 - Shahid Ansari, Margaret Weber, Dan Swenson
  • 1998 - Keith Hallin
  • 1997 - George Millush, Hal Buddenbohm
  • 1996 - Tricia Dears, Tim White
  • 1995 - Steve Player, Jim Cypher
  • 1994 - John Dutton
  • 1993 - Alan Vercio
  • 1992 - Frank Reynolds, Harry Bagley, Alan Stratton, Jack Meyers, Gary Cokins, Norm Raffish

Background

Since 1992, CAM-I has honored the memory of Bob Bonsack, a leader and mentor to so many in Cost and Resource Management, with this annual award to recognize distinguished contribution in advancing the field of Cost Management. During his career with KPMG, Peat Marwick, Arthur D. Little, Deloitte & Touche and EDS, Bob was also active in numerous professional societies, including SME and IIE. Within APICS, he began a chapter as President, later became Regional Vice President and ultimately their national Vice-President for Education. The profile of Robert A. Bonsack, for whom our annual award is named, is indeed long and distinguished, but what is important to note here is that he was an active and substantial pioneer in spearheading many project teams within his years of service to the CMS program of CAM-I in the late 1980’s. This has been replaced by Distinguished Contributions and Excellence in Collaboration Award.

 

CAM-I 2020-21 Meetings

  • September 14 - 16 2020, Virtual event
  • October 19 - 20 2020, United Kingdom, Bristol
  • December 7 - 9 2020, Seattle, Washington
  • February 2021, United Kingdom – Date & Venue TBD
  • March 8 - 10 2021, Alexandria, Virginia
  • June 7 - 9 2021 - Portland, Oregon
  • September 13 - 15 2021, Alexandria, Virginia
  • October 18 - 19 2021, United Kingdom